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and san jose. most of that is gone. patchy fog on the marin coast. mostly sunny today. 60s and 70s and 80s. here is tara. >>> thanks. this is a look at 280. traffic is move along fairly nicely. and up next we have a look at 880 near the oakland coliseum. same story. a lot of folks on the roadways. so far we don't have any major delays. let's head back to the desk. >>> there is an all out search for a south san francisco father that police say kidnapped his own children, stole a boat, and then took off. ktvu channel 2 reporter claudine wong joins us now in south san francisco with what we are learning about the abduction. claudine. >> reporter: we are trying to replace the -- retrace the steps of the father what he did before leading up to the abduction of his two young children. we are now in south san francisco. this is the neighborhood where the two children live with their mother. this is where they were taken on tuesday afternoon. i want to show you a picture of the children two-year-old devin and sister three-year-old brooklyn. i talked to their mom this morning. their grandmother was
this morning in pennsylvania, but they are fizzling out. the temperatures is mid-70s in annapolis, but we have low 60s out to the west. so, we're watching for patchy fog in these areas. fredrick is down to 67. then this afternoon, sunshine, i can, a slim chance of a thunderstorm. should be near 9 in baltimore. 91 at national. we do have big changes coming by sunday. changes that you're going to like. more coming up later. right now, it is monica, it is time-saver traffic, thank you, good morning, everyone. it is friday morning low. that means around town it is a good time to head out. you will get around the town, at least right now. no issues to report on the northbound side of i-95 or 270 from fredrick. now, 95, you're not going to find problems coming up. i'll be back in a few minutes. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the democratic national convention is in the books. voters have 61 days to decide who they will support for president. >> president barack obama is saying that he is the leader who can bring america out of its economic problems. we have more on the president's address to dnc del
a really nice guy. when i saw it on the news, it just kind of -- it's just sad. >> the u.s. flag flew at half-staff outside the chp field office today. and we are learning more about the man police say murdered the officer. we spoke with his neighbors. >> i knew it was in the computer programming, i knew that he worked from home, i knew that he worked mostly at night. the nights were on all night long. always been nice and kind and gentle. >> lacy's home is 20 minutes away from the nearest city. it's in an isolated area. neighbors say the isolation is that is why lacy chose that spot to live. you can visit our facebook fan page for officer youngstrom and comment there. and stay with kron4 for the continuing coverage of the chp officer who who was murdered. >>> mostly clear conditions this evening. some coastal fog building. we are going to wake up to that coastal fog and patchy clouds in our inland spots. but lots of sunshine tomorrow afternoon, and warmer temperatures compared to today. low 80s in the south bay tomorrow, upper 80s through liver more, low 60s through the coast. and mi
i like to score my designer shoes and handbags early. so i shop at t.j.'s. i get my favorite brands without having to wait for them to go on sale someplace else. done! fashion direct from designers. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx. >> announcer: live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >>> thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. mike has date off lisa argen is here. >>> good morning we are looking at low clouds and fog in the north bay otherwise pulled away from the coast we are starting out with a cool number along the shoreline. 46 half moon bay, low 50s throughout the morning hours. noontime will warm through the upper 50s, sunshine with numbers near 60 at the coast. around the bay more like mid 50s. by noontime, more sunshine, near 70. by the afternoon upper 70s 4:00, when you get your high, inland valleys, low to mid 50s now with mid and upper 70s noon, near 90 4:00, beautiful day today, is it going to last all weekend a.m. i'll let you know. >>> couple areas problem westbound 580 accident clearied to the shoulder slow past the scene there. 2
. bill: easy service game for serena. 2-0. shot on the official site of the u.s. open, at u.s.-- and find your largest selection of 2012 machine. go to there's some numbers. serena dominating the first serve. twice as many total points for serena, 40 to only 22 from sara serena, 40 to only 22 from sara errani. bill: 15-15. john: i mean, it's impressive that she can serve like this and get to a semi, a slam at the u.s. open. on a pretty quick court. bill: getting to the semifinals of the u.s. open without a single ace. which means no free points. she has to earn everything out there. john: that's exactly right. great excesser to -- competitor no doubt about that. bill: 30-15. mary: you can hear her comporting herself. she's got plenty -- exorting herself. she's got plenty of fight. more fight than fire power, that's for sure. she'll be happy if she wins this game. she'll show it. [laughter] mary: there it is. john: she won a set. bill: so she's on the board here in the second set. only the second game won by sara errani. it has been all serena here in this semifina
the coast as a result, temperatures are cool, numbers have dropped into the 40s up in the north bay, 49 in napa, the nights longer, air drier, we are 46 in half moon bay chilly out there as you head out, grab the jacket. 58 mountain view, 56 san jose, we are clear. this morning, with cooler numbers you may notice compared to yesterday, nine degrees cooler on the coast, two cooler from concord to fremont. heading out, upper 40s to the mid 50s along the coast around the bay we are talking temperatures climbing into the 60s this afternoon inland upper 70s to upper 80s, should be a nice seasonal day around the bay if you are planning your weekend, very little change with temperatures near 90 today, a few degrees cooler tomorrow, back up to that nice spread from 60 at the coast, 90 inland through sunday. >>> good morning. we are going now live to the san mateo bridge from foster city to hayward, headlights moving in the eastbound direction, no problems, taillights towards the highrise over towards foster city, about a 14 minute drive fairly typical from side-to-side of that span. to the bay
to 80s. here is tara. >> thanks. >>> this is a look at highway 4 through the pittsburg area. at the bay bridge we have a nice shot of the bridge there heading into san francisco. again no delays. let's head back to the desk. >>> we begin with developing news this morning from vallejo. investigators are still on the scene of a double homicide. it happened just after 9:15 last night inside a home on atherton street. alex savidge is out there at the scene with what police and family members are saying about the victims. >> reporter: good morning. i did speak a short time ago with the victim's grandmother. she told me her grandson and his pregnant girlfriend were both killed last night. that same relative tells me that girlfriend was six months pregnant. we believe she was pregnant with twins. they were found both of them shot to death inside this home behind me where detectives are collecting evidence this morning. distraught relatives consulted each other last night. after 9:00 is when the 911 calls came in. gunfire coming from this house. officers showed up and found a man an
are expecting fog to roll in overnight. its widespread '50s will be the morning lows. we are expecting a lot of sunshine with warmer temperatures compared to today and a further warming as we head into the work with. temperatures currently in low 50s in san francisco, 58 in oakland. we are expecting a beautiful afternoon tomorrow. >> amazon held a press conference showing off new you readers, new tablets and that they have lowered the price of their entry level devices. >> coming up later in the broadcast, mccarthy hit with a line drive yesterday. [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >> amazon unveiled new he readers and tablets. it tech world is buzzing over this move. this announcement comes five days
the cleveland browns. when they started losing money in the '90s, he packed up the gear and moved it to maryland. the ravens were born. he has been hated in cleveland, but others know a man who cared about each of them, team and staff. >>> we had that moment when we wish the speed limit was higher on the high way. pretty soon on a front mile stretch of road in central texas between austin and san antonio will increase the 85 miles per hour. when it opened in november, texas state highway 130 will have the highest speed limits in the country. the texas has 80 miles per hour speed limits in highways in west texas. >> i don't know if my car can go that fast. >>> coming up on 9 news now -- >>> sunday morning on "biocentury this week," which medicines heal and which fail. the government is spending billions to find out. join us for conversation on comparative effectiveness research. watch "biocentury this week" [ no audio ] the dow this morning is at 13,292. the highest level in four years. up 244 points. not so bad. the and. >>> both presidential candidates will have a new talking point later today.
. 79 san jose. 60s on the coast. expect for santa cruz they will be a little warmer. no big changes. a little bump up early next week. pam. >>> thank you. another dust from the han that virus. >>> new information about the problems plaguing oakland's police radio system. >>> a look at highway 24 shows traffic moving well. i also survived uterine and ovarian cancers. i even wrote a play about that. maybe you are just cancer-ish, and then it'll pass. before cancer, i took my health entirely for granted, like air. but my symptoms -- pain in my abdomen, and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me -- related to menopause, i thought. but no. i had cancer. and treatment. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave. go to the doctor. ask questions. the odds are, you don't have cancer. but find out for sure. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. signs and symptoms are not the same for everyone. allen: now i'm feeling healthy and happy and hopeful. i am so lucky. i got sick, and then i got better. >>> good morning. there is some fog. mainly up to
. diminishing quickly in the philly area. so, clear skies. going to the upper 80s and low 90s. it is 6:00 a.m. monica, the volume is building this friday morning. >>> a lot to tell you if you take public transportation. i'm going to get to that in a minute. first of all, the beltway is incident free and as howard said, the major thoroughfares are starting to see volume. i'm going to step out first and show you what it looks like here on i-270. it will be a little bit slow d heavy. now, also, want to let you know that mark is experiencing -- switching problems on the brunswick line. back to you. >> thank you. >>> we are exactly two months away from election day. both major candidates will be in new hampshire and iowa. >> president barack obama formally accepted the democrat's nomination last night. we have more on the finale of the dnc. good morning. >> good morning. the president barack obama that spoke last night was very different than state senator obama in 2004 and candidate obama in 2008. right off of the bat, he said the times have changed and so i have. his message of hope and change
: are their cases outside the u.s.? >> that is a good question. warnings have been issued to 39 countries across the world fell basically saying, you have to be aware, there could be more than 2000 cases that might have come through that area from outside of the country, specifically in france, they're looking into suspected of the virus cases linked to yosemite. >>pam: to the latest investigation into monday's shooting and murder of a california highway patrol officer, the officer was shot by a driver during a traffic stop on interstate 680 near alamo. he was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead last night. the suspect was shot and killed by another chp officer. dan kerman joins us live from the contra costa county sheriff's office in martinez. >> investigators are leaving no stone unturned. >> investigators are looking into his possibly suffering from bipolar disorder. sheriff's t speaking with us with any details, nothing that went on in the interview with the suspect's parents or what they found on the computers. the investigation is continuing. >>pam: the memorial continues to gro
to >>> the labor department says u.s. employer added 96,000 jobs last month, well below the average of 139,000 a month since the start of the year unemployment rate 8.1. analysts say the lower rate is only because more people gave up looking for jobs. >>> jobs are the focus of the campaign trail this morning president obama and vice president biden attended a rally in new hampshire in the face of lower than expected job growth the president noted businesses added jobs for the 30th month in a row. >> the president: we know it is not good enough we need to create more jobs faster. we need to come out of this crisis stronger than when we went in. >> there's a lot that we can do. >> meantime mitt romney was in iowa where he held a rally. he says the latest report shows president obama's policies are not working and the country deserves new leadership. >> there's almost nothing the president has done in the last 3 1/2, 4 years that gives the american people confidence that he knows what he is doing when it comes to jobs and economy and there's nothing he said last night that
shows the u.s. economy is beginning to question overfrom the worst -- recover from the worst downturn since the great depression. but mitt romney is slamming the president on the numbers. he says it's clear his policies aren't working and that he hasn't lived up to his promises. >> i saw the promises last time. those are promises he did not keep d the american people deserve to know why he did not keep his promises. >> reporter: both candidates are holding rallies in iowa and new hampshire today and both expected the talk about why they're the right choice to get the economy back on track. tara mergener for cbs news, the white house. >> vice president joe biden will join president obama today at his rallies. gop running mate paul ryan is focusing on nevada. >>> well, election day is two months away. but the deadline to register to vote is getting close. in the district, you have until october 9th to register. in virginia, you have until october 15th. in maryland and west virginia, the deadline is october 16th. deadlines for absentee and early voting are different in each state. >>> we
in the 80s. mild conditions for the weekend saturday and sunday. saturday will probably be warmer with a gradual warming next week. thames by the end of the week will even be in the '90s for the and inland areas for the temperatures. right now, we have seen mild temperatures. san francisco, 53 degrees and basically all but 50s through san jose, oakland, livermore, take your pick. with 53-55 degrees. pretty stable. and as we go towards this afternoon. temperatures could be in the upper 70's/80s. san jose. nearly 82 degrees in campbell, los gatos. evergreen could see 86. and also communities closer to the bait to the east. the valley could be warmer. closer to the-east. with 80s. and also, antioch you could see 87 degrees and fairfield. '70s in fairfield. downtown oakland, 69 degrees with 63 downtown san francisco with mid/70's and the wine country. with your three day outlook temperatures will drop a bit. on saturday, sunday with mild temperatures expected but as i mentioned, a warm up next week. your kron 4 7 day around the bay to watch all the speeches, uninterrupted, go to our n
to emergency medical cals. >> and there is a u.s. doctor quick thinking saved a young girl from a disease that devastated europe. >> and temperatures up today we're seeing blue skies outside. i'll let you know if the trend will continue as we hit the weekend. >> and there are credit card teaser asks rates that could back to haunt you. stay with us. ñ!ñsús >>> someone reported seeing a mountain lie on on rosemont avenue. this lion supposedly seen in the backyard of the home. they say the animal left that area. >> and a 7-year-old girl is recovering from that state's first case of bubonic plague in six years. and the first appearance and doctors thoughts she had the flu but when she suffered a seizure and temperatures hit 107 degrees they knew it's something far worse. >> the high fever to 107, the bug bites, exposure to the dead squirrel and the swollen limp nodes i started to do research and found a case report of a teenager whose symptoms fit exactly. that was my aha moment to just see you're sitting on bubonic plague. >> doctors treated her and that did the trick. she is getting bett
team. >>> a weaker than expected jobs report from the labor department. u.s. employers added 96,000 jobs in august, 30,000 fewer than expected. the unemployment rate dropped from 8.3% to 8.1, but analysts say that's because more people have stopped looking for work. they have given up. on the campaign trail, mitt romney hammered president obama on those job numbers. speaking in iowa, romney told supporters that mr. obama would bring four more years just like the last four. president obama acknowledged we need to create more jobs and do it faster, but he told supporters congress can get people back to work if members pass his jobs bill when they return to washington next week. >>> mitt romney's wife, ann, was greeted with wild cheers at a women for mitt rally. she says riding helped her battle multiple sclerosis. in a one on one interview, she told me what that diagnosis was like. >> the symptoms were very standard. for most people, numbness in my leg and then increasing numbness and weakness and then, the real kicker was enormous fatigue and that overcame me to the point where
the country. there were reports the groups helped facilitate meetings between the u.s. and a doctor who alegendly helped hunt down osama bin laden. >>> a texas man was the victim of a birthday prank that caused him to be removedn handcuffs from a plane in delve afterafter a phone hoax tip that he was smuggling something. christopher shell's birthday nightmare worsened when texas authorities kept him in custody for outstanding warrants. >>> following the death of astronaut neil armstrong his gloves and visor from the 1962 moon walk will be on display at a national museum centered in virginia. meanwhile his family announced that according to his wishes, armstrong, a navy man to the end, will be buried at sea. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street's going to kick off the day. it was a good day. the dow closed at 13,292 after jumping 244 points yesterday. the s&p went up 28. the nasdaq surged 66. >>> taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei shot up 191 points while in hong kong the hang seng skyrocketed 592. >>> well, stocks sizzled thursday thanks t
volatile four week average picked up to 371,000. adp says u.s. businesses added 201,000 jobs last month. the most since march. the august jobs report is due out tomorrow. >>> a third person died from hunta virus. health officials stay victim was from west virginia and visited the park in june. eight people who visited yosemite this summer have come down with the virus. three have died. seven victims stayed in a specific tent cabin at curly village. one stayed in a high sierra camp. they're warning visitors about possible exposure to the virus. >>> the high school jim is is the scene of this emotional home coming the long wait that ended for one girl with a dad serving over seas. and a popular hamburger chain is feeling the heat tonight. it's response to a lawsuit that alleges discrimination. >> a beautiful sunset this thursday evening. coming off the neighborhoods it will cool off into the upper 40s. and the warmest day of the upcoming weekend. so... [ gasps ] these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? maybe. rich chocolate chips... i just wanted you to eat more fiber.
of will start to the day, selling to beautiful sunshine by the end of the afternoon. temperatures in the '40's and '50's outside but in the afternoon hours plenty of sunshine. temperatures running below average in some spots. san fransisco is usually 70 this time of the year. and livermore, a few degrees above the average with 78 degrees in san jose. more on your weekend forecast coming up, let's check out the roads with elizabeth. >> no big hot spots as far as accidents but we do have slowed traffic through the altamont pass and from 205 all the way out to grant line and as you get to the dublin interchange you'll find more break lights. the scene of the earlier accident. give yourself some extra time across that stretch. elsewhere, there was an accident, it may still be blocking lanes on northbound 87 approaching taylor street. fortunately no huge delays, and the nimitz back outside, live time saver traffic can wrap, drive * 15 minutes on northbound 880 between 238 and a maze. down to oakland airport, and your bridges, there's a live look around the golden gate bridge. easy ride so far throu
skies in places like san francisco. we will have '60s and '70s by 12:00 noon and by o'clock we should see some eighties move into our area here are today's highs. here's a 7 day around the bay forecast. saturday and sunday will be a pretty good. saturday will be the warmest of the two days. next week will see if norm up by thursday. here's a look at the bay bridge and is running smith care and. the san mateo bridge is also running smith. --smooth. this is typical for the golden gate bridge with very little traffic this time of the morning pin. >>justine: six people from california and one from pennsylvania and one from pennsylvania have also contacted the hantavirus and three have died. cleaning is going on in the park but is nothing out of the ordinary. >> of we have a single case and is only to the area. we do not think it warrants any further investigation. we of course try to make sure that all our tappan's are clean. -- all of our cabins are clean. there also other animals that spread has. so it is almost impossible to make absolutely sure that it is clean. >>justine: they say
's office dropped charges against a man accused of attacking a san pablo councilman. the d.a.'s office could not find enough evidence to charge the man with assault he had been accused of punching the councilman july 3rd, in richmond. he says he fell and hit his head and woke up in his car near golden gate fields itch investigators say beale had give -- given them a different account of what happened. >>> president obama hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire and eye way, mitt romney will hit the same battleground states. the president is trying to keep up the momentum following his speech. mark matthews reports from charlotte, north carolina. >> the president: madame chairwoman, delegates, i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [ cheering and applause [ >> reporter: president obama said he wants to restore the values that built america. >> the president: the largest middle class and strongest economy the world has ever known. >> reporter: and characterized the republican plan as the same prescription they've had for 30 years. >> the president: feel a cold coming o
the road ahead would be difficult. it was revealed the u.s. economy added only 96,000 jobs, well below the 125,000 economists had been expecting. the unemployment rate dropped but the weak data played in to the hands of the opposition. >> republican presidential hopeful met romney said the jobs report proves obama's policies have not worked and no president since the great depression has been reelected with unemployment over 7.2%. >> more on the u.s. presidential election in a moment, but first on to the markets and weaker than expected unemployment data which was in focus. many are betting it will prompt further stimulus by the u.s. federal reserve. as a result, european stocks climbing higher ending their biggest weekly rally in three months. conrad sent us this summary from the frankfurt stock exchange. >> bad news from the american labor market's leading to buying stocks on the market. the situation in the labor market is very much linked to the speculation. the news in august, much fewer new jobs were created than economists had anticipated. soon, ben bernanke and the federal rese
information and ballot information. thanks to those who pursued the la ukase in the 77's students can be multili multilingual. individual bilingualeducation. org. kerny street workshops began as a community teaching space inside the international hotel. after the evictions they relocated but kept their name and community spirit. during the 80's and 90's ksw curated the american jazz festiv festiv festival. it's gallery feature artists and host of the annual ground breaking festival. they remain within the community. kerny street is still home with people can express what it means to be asian american. >> we are celebrating or 35th anniversary. in august we were founded in 1972. there are 3 founders. there was not a lot of original art work coming out of china town they wanted to provide incentives for development and create expressions they opened in in the international hotel in manila town and the first the programming was a lot of workshop and silk screening and sewing, music and visual arts and different kinds of performance. in the 70's ksw was involved in the actions going to t
degrees. we should be in the 80s. 90 winchester today. dulles 90. packs river about 85. humidity values, dew point numbers running and 70 degrees, making it feel like the 90s. 96 in inner harbor. frederick like 100 degrees. very, very toasty evening turning in to a warm and muggy overnight. one storm north of harford county that's dissipated much of the baltimore viewing area looking good. storms towards the west of maryland and oversouth central pennsylvania. the story is this storm system, parked over the ohio valley. this is going to be moving in to the area, late tomorrow afternoon, and in to tomorrow evening, notice the storms fired along this. we are anticipating severe weather, could be isolated tornados, we will talk about that in full detail coming up. >>> a baltimore man faces 57 years behind bars after pleading guilty to his role in a series of armored car robberies that spanned two years. jeff hager has details about the crime spree were rewitnessed menty of robberies targeting armored cars before. 27 year old david howard and his accomplicesl0fpulled off five heists in howa
: championship weekend at the u.s. open here in new york. women's semifinals. victoria azarenka won a battle earlier against maria sharapova. the bryan brothers won their 12th grand slam men's doubles championship to start the day. now it's serena williams and sara errani just under way here in new york. 15-0, 2-0. john: she hasn't unloaded yet on her serve but she sure did on that forehand. mary: when she's moving as well as she's done in this tournament, she can do this. she can really hit to anywhere from anywhere. bill: seven winners already. john: that serve is right on the line. how can you cover these serves? it's policy be. bill: errani will challenge so we'll have a chase review. it did just catch the line. slight edge to serena, total slight edge to serena, total aces. bill: that was a plucky point. mary: it was. i'm telling you. that's one of her best qualities. john: see how well she moves. saying. look at the scores of today's matches on arthur ashe stadium. and she's a good volleyer. so she should try to get to the net. easier said than done when you're playing serena williams.
in the north bay. some of the '40's and low or 50s. clinical monday. but usually average above 70 degrees and 7 cisco. were to be well below the average today though. with a bit above average in livermore had a degrees. >>> live look at some of our sisters and the east bay. so for the freeway closures in effect on the east gallons of highway 4. if your coming and the shore for with this looks like through berkeley. to this that they and there's no major late road work in the south bay. everything was great for that downtown. and doing some paving along is another trick up his chp actually exceed an alert about this in our last road. this would be one way, but traffic control. and not up. >>> with a pickup bed that he will face a clear show this in any time a generation taurus which runs between two fundamentally different visions for the future. >>> this cannot have been higher at the final night of the democratic national convention. the two months but towards election day begins. the chemist from both major parties to the campaign trail today. >>> him in downtown charlotte if you're outside t
applications to obtain a temporary legal status in the u.s. now several hundred people are expected to come to catholic charities for this workshop on obama's deferred action program. it stops deportation of undocumented immigrants who are brought to the u.s. as children. to qualify for the program, immigrants have to prove they came before they were 16, are 30 or younger or in school graduated or served in the military. now, many people here in line say that it is very important to -- they have strong opinions on why this plan is needed. i want to talk to one of the people in line here that i just met jesus gomez. you said you are from mountainview. tell me why you are here. >> i was brought here when i was 3 without knowing it and i been struggling, but i have graduated from junior high school and graduated from high school and right now i am enrolled at job trading place and take commuter technician so i can do something with myself and my plan is going to the army. >> reporter: what do you say of people who say, they are critical of of obama's plan? >> if they have been critical with us
barack obama atrás la novedad del primer presidente afroamericano . >> ahora obama con nueva realidad y convence que pesar de los problemas económico . >> su nuevo lema adelante for . >> comenzamos . >> [música] . >> llego al poder con agenda en una de las peores crisis, pero el presidente barack obama busca la reelección pero cuanto cumplip? . >> dedujo impuesto permitio que los homosexual estén en el ejercito y rescato la industira automotriz . >> la pprisión e guantanamo sigue abierta . >> estamos mejor que hace 4 años? los demócratas dicen que si . >> estamos mejor que hace 4 años estaba la nación casi en desastre . >> podríamos estar mejor si los republicanos no bloquearn las iniciativas . >> el problema no es la política del presidente barack obama sino que se aprobó y fracaso . >> un grupo que analizo encontró que el presidente cumple promesas . >> por otro lado obama esta en 22 % con comprimiso y el 10% se quedo estancado . >> el ex presidente clinton dijo que teniendo en cuenta a los republicanos mucho se logro . >> el presidente barack obama con economía débil
matthewfás is in charlotte tonight with the president speech and reaction from bay area delegat delegate. >>reporter: the president said in november voters will have a choice not just between candidates or parties but between fundamentally different paths for the country. >> madam chair woman, delegate delegates, i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [applause]. >> president obama said he wants to restoret( the value tht built america. >> largest middle class and strongest economy the world has ever known. [applause]. >>reporter: characterizes the republican plan as the same prescription they have had for 30 years. >> feel a cold come on, take 2 tax cuts, roll back some regulations and call us in the morning. [applause]. >>reporter: he caution oned some in his party not to depend on government to solve every problem and lit into republicans believing govern government is the problem. >> any more than our welfare recipient or corporation or union or immigrant or gays or any other group we are told to blame for our troubles. plots applause. >>reporter: foreign p
in that house which the s.w.a.t. team stormed is behind me there. you can see that patrol car and another car that is parked there. the house is right over there, half a block away. the shooting victim found away from here down the road. now, at one point, most of the deputies have left the scene and this block was just swarming with deputies. the sheriff's office received a call around 2:00 that shots have been fired when they responded here they found the victim in his car, dead already. and they're told he could be in the foes house, then went in and found nobody there. there are three schools in the area and some kids, i'm told actually heard shots. here is captain williams. >> schools were locked down and then, about an hour and a half after, afterwards, we release that had line down. >> there are police still hear, waiting for a search warrant to go into the house and search the premise. investigators told me there is no description and they don't know if this is gang related. i think everyone agrees this is a act of violence in the middle of the day. >> thank you. specialized searching
the economic challenge but vow the problems can be solved. mark matthewfás is in charlotte tonight with the president speech and reaction from bay area delegat delegate. >>reporter: the president said in november voters will have a choice not just between parties but between fundamentally different paths for the country. >> madam chair woman, delegate delegates, i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [applause]. >> president obama said he wants to restoret( the value tht built america. >> largest middle class and strongest economy the world has ever known. [applause]. >>reporter: characterizes the republican plan as the same prescription they have had for 30 years. >> feel a cold come on, take 2 tax cuts, roll back some regulations and call us in the morning. [applause]. >>reporter: he caution in his some in his party not to depend on government to solve every problem and lit into republicans believing govern government is the problem. >> any more than our welfare recipient or corporation or union or immigrant or gays or any other group we are told to blame
across town. 88 in the city. most spots in to the 80s this afternoon. dew point in to the 70 mark. 96 feels like in the inner harbor. it feels hot, not for september standards. maryland's most popular doppler, a spot shower and storm, north of baltimore county. towards the wests another strong storm moving north of washington county, it's about the complex of storms over ohio. you see severe thunderstorm watches and warnings this is a cold front that's going to be pushing in our direction. >>> a day after his death, former ravens owner's son is speaking out for the first time. david and his brother john were by their father's side for his final moments at johns hopkins hospital. >>e had a moment with my father at the hospitals with four players, the head coach, the owner, that i think easily rivals my father receiving the super bowl trophy in 2000. it was the most, one of the most special moments of my life that i will never forget. it is no surprise this organization is in the position to succeed because it is filled, filled, with wonderful, warm and kind people. >> art and his late
international action could prevent a crisis in part by addressing the harsh impact of the recent u.s. drought. >> there is a risk of more price increases, but at the moment, there is no evidence to suggest that is an inevitability. the very sharp reduction in u.s. production because of the worst drought for 50 years had a major impact on stock levels and on prices. the overall global stock use ratio has fallen to a historic low of just over 13%. in the u.s., is significantly lower than that. >> more than 100 striking miners in south africa have been released from jail after they were arrested during the killings of their colleagues. dozens were initially charged for the murders, despite the fact the victims were in fact shot dead by police. the slain miners were killed more than a week after walking off the job at the marikana platinum mine in a call for higher pay. despite their release, many still face charges and are due to appear in court early next year. for a discussion with the south african ambassador to the united states, you can go to in israel and the occupied ter
. new u.s. president has won numbers as high as they are right now. the line in the newsroom, kennedy, abc 7 news. >> president obama wasted no getting back on the after lastail night's convention. as barbara hall reports, ronny talked about the issues and also shot at the democratic national convention. romney was quick to call it the hangover after last night's party. s nothing but the to give thes done confidence that knows what he's doing when it and the >> he says the economy is but there's more work to be done. >> is there is serious about being concerned about joblessness, we could create 1 new jobs right now. if only congress would pass a sent to them one year ago. >> it is no tail wind behind him at all. s into a blinding trench warfare. >> the candidates are locked in battle for a small did --of and so undecided voters. biggest trees, choice, of any time in our generation. >> the president started his day tonew hampshire than going iowa. timeframe new president with different vision of america. o have 60 days to make their case. the biden's's and d to ohio state
contraction. also at the ten-year u.s. treasury as we come up to key data points out of the u.s. later today. u.s. nonfarm payrolls number, very important for the market to see this number as we sit on the sidelines waiting to see if there will be qe3 this month. 1.7% so far. forex, euro/dollar is firm. don't forget we have just above 1.26 yesterday after monti's news. and the australian/dollar touched lows but is back on the mark now as we've seen the risk appetite back in the markets. sterling/dollar getting a bounce. let's get to stories out of asia because of news of an infrastructu infrastructure. >> asian markets staged a resounding rally on ecb as bond buying program. shanghai led them higher by 3.7%. infrastructure stocks surgeri s. brokerages soared on reports regulators are planning to reform the current stock dividend tax scheme. strong gains in blue chips sent the hang seng higher by 3%. the nikkei marked best showing in about five months, helped by industrials and financials. nomura rose 5.4% as investors reacted to the new $1 billion cost saving plan. seoul shares had the best
young children, age 2s and 3, are on board. he abducted them tuesday from their mother's home in stran and he took them out to sea on a 40-foot sailboat he stole from a harbor in alameda. the coast guard was able to locate them this morning after a tip came in around 4:00 this morning from a commercial fisherman who had heard the all points bulletin for the children on the coast guard emergency channel. he spotted that boat. the boat's called "unleashed." about 50 miles off pilar point where maverick's is located. he approached the vessel and made contact with the father. >> the short conversation and then he left the vessel and contacted the coast guard. we were able to get a photograph, the same photograph that we sent to you, out to the commercial vessel, and he did confirm that the person he saw on the boat was christopher maffei and he did see a small child on the vessel. >> reporter: the child seemed to be fine, nobody in distress. maffei had looked for boats for sale prior to tuesday's abduction and prior to allegedly steeling "unleashed" from that yacht harbor earlier this week
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up today and we'll continue with that trend heading into saturday. this evening, upper 50s and there is tomorrow morning fog starting off the day along the coastline. it going to be on the coastline. by afternoon everyone include -- enjoying sunshine. and there are changes for sunday. i'll let you know what is going to change. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 china hit by a series of deadly earthquakes. we'll take a look at damage caused. >> and is apple following in pandora's footsteps? >> space heaters are convenient, one model can be dangerous. there is a new consumer reports warning. >> and on a friday afternoon, first check of traffic looking at downtown san francisco and the skyway. it's a usual crawl heading towards the lower deck of the bay bridge. better for folks heading south on the righthand side of the screen. back with more on abc 7 news at 4:00. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female anno
, and there is only one remaining u.s. sponsored sea-based in existence, which probably most people don't know or can't name. it's the underwater version of the international space station essentially. it's owned by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, noaa, and managed by university of north carolina, it's called aquarius and it's been in operation for about 20 years there for scientific purposes largely, and it's a descendent of sealab. and a significant one to the people who use it. there were several in between sealab and aquarius but that is another story. i'm going to leave it at that i think for now. but just to make sure, we will just segue into the q&a here. i hope you have some, and i can't resist playing this. do we have volume here? ♪ >> yeah, a little more. ♪ ♪ >> extra points for whoever can do more that came from? somebody? [inaudible] >> you are personnel, you're not allowed to answer. the conflict of interest. yes, yes. the pop-culture vestige of sealab called sealab 2021 for which that is the very catchy theme song by the band calamine. so you see the legacy co
degrees. it is going to be a cool night. most other area in the 50's redwood city antioch in the low 60's. here's are your highlights we are lacking at base can i coastal clouds tonight. mild pattern friday through sunday and warmer days are coming early next week so we do have a little bit of change come. today high pressure came. in the upper 80's inland. coastal area in the low 60's. we bump you up a little more for the inland community. tomorrow in one direction and that's down in the morning starting out cool we don't have as much cloud cover as we did last night in termsv: of the mid hih cloud so they don't insulate when you only have just the fog so 49 in napa first thing in the morning. 47 half moon bay. santa cruz 49 degrees you will face the fog. 52 san francisco. give yourself a little extra time and make sure you wear a sweater or jacket as you head out the doors. water vapor image ray return of dry air aloft and with that return of dry air it means stable atmosphere heading into the weekend. tomorrow morning starts out with the fog. low fod pull away. sun is ou
throughout the mid atlantic today. upper 80s to low 90s. as you look at the satellite and radar, not just here but up in pennsylvania, it's quiet now. quiet down through virginia. our weather front off the coast but it's another one that i'm expecting to step into the area tomorrow. some storms are on tap for saturday afternoon. today we have that quiet weather. look at all the sunshine and nice conditions at 8:00 a.m., 76. 87 by noontime today. we'll top out at about 90, about 3:00 or 4:00 today. danella? >> veronica, starting to see some delays if you're traveling i-270 southbound. you know how it goes. it's not terrible, though. you are slow, so if you're traveling southbound i-270 approaching 109. that's where you're first starting to hit the brakes. as you're making your way towards clarksburg road, it's a lot better. chopper 4 is checking out your delays as you travel southbound i-270 at i-. 0. it's not bad here either but you can see your volume is increasing but as you 345ik your way towards the beltway, your travel lanes are open. let's head over to i-95 in maryland. 198, southbo
from the 1969 moon walk will be on display for two weeks at a national air and space muse s seem center in virginia. he will be buried at sea. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street's going to kick off the day. it was a good day. the dow closed at 13,292 after jumping 244 points yesterday. the s&p went up 28. the nasdaq surged 66. >>> taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei shot up 191 points while in hong kong the hang seng skyrocketed 592. >>> well, stocks sizzled thursday thanks to action on european debt and upbeat job data here at home. markets roared after the european central bank announced a bond buying program without limit to cut the borrowing rates of the eurozone's most debt-strapped countries. the program finally answers long-standing calls for a concrete aggressive plan. the effect was immediate. borrowing costs for spain and italy hit their lowest levels since spring. gold also jumped hitting six-month highs settling at $1,700 an ounce. traders were boosted by u.s. companies in august at the fastest clip in five months. service sec
of the oil fields now being developed by russian oil company s is the size of switzerland. it was first discovered during the soviet era. at that time, there was no way to transport the oil, so it was left untouched for nearly 50 years. >> translator: currently, we have five tanks with a capacity of 3,000 cubic meters. one for processing and four for storage. and construction recently began for two tanks of 10,000 cubic meters. >> reporter: for decades, the population of the local village has been falling. there were no jobs. the oil field development prompted the population boom. it's also brought new infrastructure to the village. >> translator: the number of children has increased, and there are too many to enter our kindergarten. more people are getting married and having babies. we're seeing many new families. >> reporter: at one time, transport of the region's crude oil was handled in part by the trans-siberian railway. but by december of this year, there will be about 4,700 kilometers of pipeline directly connecting the oil fields to the port. more than doubling the export capaci
- struggling economy. u.s. employers did add 96,000 jobs in august, but that was well short of expectations. in addition, revised numbers showed 41,000 fewer jobs were created in june and july than first estimated. and the key manufacturing sector dropped 15,000 workers, the largest decline in two years. president obama left charlotte shortly after the report was released, traveling with vice- president biden to portsmouth, new hampshire. there, he emphasized that overall, the private sector is adding jobs. >> today, we learned that, after losing around 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, business once again added jobs for the 30th month in row, a total of more than 4.6 million jobs. ( cheers and applause ) but... but that's not good enough. we know it's not good enough; we need to create more jobs faster. we need to fill the hole left by this recession faster. we need to come out of this crisis stronger. >> brown: and the president insisted all of that could happen much faster, provided republicans in congress are willing to work with him. >> if the republicans are serious about being
expected fans. the weather is perfect. hopefully the o. s can send the fans home happy. will it stay that way. we will check in with mike to see if he can send us in to the weekend with a biging on smile. >> we are going to deal with a beautiful night for the gail. one storm that bubbled up over harford. another cluster hagerstown. i don't anticipate this moving in to the city limits. there is a line, a prefrontal line of storms moving through ohio. this stats to break up. this brings the chance of weather, isolated tornado by tomorrow. we will break out the details and give you a timeline coming up in labor day. >>> the roar of the crowds after jones's home run is ringing in ear's. fans are hunting for ticket. fans back down to camden yards. brian kuebler, one of the biggest baseball fans is live right now and has everyone smiling. >> reporter: everybody is smiling ear to ear. for a good chunk of downtown, as go the o's goes their businesses. this is about the economics of the heart as well. it's long been argued in this charming city of ours, is baltimore is football town, or a ba
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